Our Sites

We provide Community Dermatology Out – Patient services from all of our sites, but only Minor Surgery from our Buckden site.

Buckden Surgery

This surgery is nestled in a small development and accessible off the A1 between St Neots and Huntingdon. Clinics occur during the week and on Saturday mornings. We have 2 operating suites and 9 consulting rooms and this is where Dr Fargnoli is based as a GP and does a fair amount of community dermatology work here. Private work is under taken at this site. The GP website is

Hinchingbrooke Hospital

We rent a room in the Gerbera suite which offers choice to those who have limited access to some of the other sites. Again please note we only consult here and cannot perform minor surgery procedures here, as these are undertaken at the Buckden site. Clinics occur once a week here. Find their Website here:

Little Paxton Surgery

Warboys Surgery

This charming surgery is nestled in a small development off the main road to Ramsey. We rent consultation rooms here, but do not perform any minor surgery which is taken care of at the Buckden site. It has ample parking and we run a clinic once a month dependant on demand this could be increased. It caters for those of our patients from the north of the Huntingdonshire patch.

Car Parking and Disabled Access

Car parking spaces are available at Buckden Surgery. Disabled spaces are marked near the front door. Wheelchair access to the building is via a ramp from the front entrance. The ramp also allows access to the treatment room from outside in an emergency. A disabled patients WC is provided near the front entrance. If access proves difficult to any of our disabled patients, we would be happy to consider any suggestions for improvement.

The disabled access and facilities available at our other locations – The Moat House Surgery in Warboys and the Hinchingbrooke Hospital Treatment Centre, can be viewed via their respective websites.

Patient Transport

Unlike the various Surgeries we do not currently offer any patient transport. If you do require transport to enable you to attend any of your appointment please contact your GP Surgery to see if they are able to help.